If you're gearing up for a Labor Day camping trip, then take some time out from figuring out where you stashed your sleeping bags and make these healthy snacks. Your nature-loving companions will love the fact that they'll have something healthy and delicious to snack on between meals around the campfire.
These egg muffins make perfect grab-and-go meals if you're gearing up for a hike. Pack these in an airtight container and keep them in your cooler until you're ready to eat.
Making your own dried mango saves you money and calories, so make a batch while you pack up your camping supplies for a simple treat later on. If mango's not your thing, then how about these homemade strawberry fruit leathers?
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Bring along a jar full of these honey-roasted chickpeas for when you're in the mood for a sweet snack. While these are best when served hot, they store well for a few days in an airtight container.
DIY Energy Squares
Whether you're setting out from camp on a hike or are enjoying the nearby swimming hole, you need energy for an action-packed day in nature. Bake a pan of these DIY energy bars, then cut them up into two-inch squares for sustainable energy when you need it!